D & S Rebuilders Reviews (1)
On January 21,2013, I purchased a car from above listed company. I paid cash and was given the title. I am in the United States on a Visa, NOT illegally. I paid $2200,00. I drove the car less than one mile to my sisters house when it broke down. I proceeded to call the gentleman I bought the car from and he informed me it was my problem. He proceeded to threaten me and say that I could not even prove that he sold me the car. After having a friend look at the title I was given, the title was listed in an individuals name and had been signed off on over a month prior to my purchase. Dated 12-13-12. We then contacted the above listed company directly, in person, and was told that they did not sell the vehicle that the mechanic did. How can an individual sell a vehicle that is not registered to them? I'm aware that is standard practice for a dealership but unlawful for an individual. I am new to this country and feel I was taken advantage of because of my nationality and the assumption that I was here illegally.While I understand the sale of a vehicle is as is, what I am questioning is the sale of the vehicle itself.Should this practice be legal, I cannot fathom how many people have probably been a victim of this companies practices. As a licensed re-builder I highly questions their ethics in the business they represent and feel that they should thoroughly be investigated.The gentleman that sold the vehicle refused to give me his name and stated that he knew the transmission was bad but didn't think it would go out that quickly? At the time of the sale I was a assured by this mechanic that the vehicle was in proper working condition and had been hooked to the testing machine and passed all the required tests.
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